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Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javscript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javscript javascript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javascript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

Ben

Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javascript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take the topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

Ben

Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javascript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take the topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

Ben

PS: If you are interested in point clouds only, then please use Brown's pcl_filter package (it will throttle the data and prevent Chrome from crashing).

Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javascript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take the topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

Ben

PS: If you are interested in visualizing point clouds only, clouds, then please use Brown's pcl_filter package (it will throttle the data and prevent Chrome from crashing).crashing). In the near future rosjs_visualization (and wviz) will use compression to reduce the bandwidth consumption. Until that day, pcl_filter is our best friend.

Ben

Hi Beubeu,

as Dejan pointed out wviz now lives in bosch_web_visualization bosch_web_visualization stack. Wviz uses javascript files included in

  • rosjs_visualization (this package might be what you're looking for btw),
  • rosjs_common, and,
  • rosjs_resources

Just to test, you could trying installing wviz and adding a laser scan display in the scene.

If (that works) && (you want to make your own custom web page) && (you need help) then let's take the topic to bosch_web_visualization user group.

If you are interested in visualizing point clouds, then please use Brown's pcl_filter package (it will throttle the data and prevent Chrome from crashing). In the near future rosjs_visualization (and wviz) will use compression to reduce the bandwidth consumption. Until that day, pcl_filter is our best friend.

Ben